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1. also la·sa·gne (lə-zän′yə) Pasta in flat, very wide strips.
2. A dish made by baking such pasta with layers of sauce and fillings such as cheese or meat.

[Italian, a flat, wide piece of pasta, possibly from Vulgar Latin *lasania, dish cooked in a vessel like a chamber pot, noodle dish (perhaps influenced by Latin laganum, thin flat sheet of dough), from Latin lasanum, chamber pot, from Greek lasanon, tripod, chamber pot, of unknown origin.]
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or la•sa•gne

(ləˈzɑn yə, lɑ-)

1. large, rectangular strips of pasta.
2. a baked dish consisting of layers of this pasta, cheese, tomato sauce, and usu. ground meat.
[1840–50; < Italian < Vulgar Latin *lasania cooking pot (hence the contents of the pot)]
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Noun1.lasagna - baked dish of layers of lasagna pasta with sauce and cheese and meat or vegetableslasagna - baked dish of layers of lasagna pasta with sauce and cheese and meat or vegetables
pasta - a dish that contains pasta as its main ingredient
2.lasagna - very wide flat strips of pasta
alimentary paste, pasta - shaped and dried dough made from flour and water and sometimes egg
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lasagne [ləˈzænjə] Nlasaña f
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